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You too can have gluten-free, grain-free poppyseed bagels if you purchase Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry.

Did you know that Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry is a New York Times Bestseller? With nearly 100 recipes for everything from classic Paleo staples such as Flank Steak and Cauliflower Rice to indulgences such as Blueberry Coffee Cake and Mojito Mocktails, there is something for everyone in this book.

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of discussing Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry on Colorado Public Radio with host Ryan Warner. The interview is now being broadcast by various NPR stations across the country.

Listen to the Colorado Public Radio interview about Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry:

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Meanwhile, the written reviews of Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry continue to roll in. Here’s what people are saying!

GoodreadsLaura
“I have been glued to this cookbook since the minute I purchased it. I can’t praise it highly enough.”

Pump & ShredMelisa
“What I love about Elana’s recipes is the simplicity and minimal, quality ingredients she uses.”

Multiply DeliciousHeather
“Packed with delicious recipes covering every possible meal, side dish, or dessert you could think of.”

Dr. Frank LipmanDr. Lipman
“I have loved Elana’s recipes for some time now… and recommend them to patients at the Eleven Eleven Wellness center.”

theKitchnEmma
“Wondering if you have to give up pancakes forever? Elana Amsterdam has all the answers.”

And Love It TooSunny
“With everything from Bagels to Brownies, this book is sure to please.”

Thriving Gluten FreeKim
“The recipes are simple… I was able to find several good family meal options.”

Ivy’s GardenIvy
“I like the clean and simple ingredients that Elana uses in her recipes.”

Paleo Gluten Free RecipesTina
“An extremely versatile and user friendly recipe cookbook.”

City Book ReviewRosi
“Anything you think you will miss you won’t…this is a must-have book for Paleo eaters.”

If you’ve enjoyed Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry, please head over to amazon.com and leave a review. The book is still new and there aren’t a ton of reviews, so your input and thoughts are greatly appreciated.

My New York Times Bestseller is available on amazon.com and barnes & noble.com You can purchase your own copy of the book today!


posted on August 5, 2013

  1. stephanie

    Elana… I don’t have the book yet… I will be asking for it as a gift… Just wanted to let you know how grateful I am for your talents! I have your other cookbooks and they are used to death! I am so thrilled that your latest book is a huge success! You deserve it!

  2. QueenJellyBean

    The CPR interview was such a pleasure to listen to. You represented cheerfully those of us who eat “differently” than the “SAD” – standard American diet. Thanks for posting it.

    You mentioned Pad Thai that you make with butternut squash and almond sauce. That would be a lovely recipe to share at Elanaspantry – I’d love to make that version. (The current version on this site is a mung bean and peanut version.)

    Thanks for all you do – it is appreciated in my kitchen and so many others. – Congrats on the NYT Best Seller List!!!!!!

    • QueenJellyBean

      Pad Thai – I see it now in the Amazon.com index to the new Elana’s Paleo Cooking book – not sure which version of that recipe is in that book, but since you mentioned the butternut squash version in radio interview, that’s probably where it can be found, in the book, not on this site.

  3. Courtney Eno

    Elana,

    I had pre-ordered a copy of your book prior to its publication and distribution. With whom should I get in contact about this matter? I am a big fan of your recipes and looking forward to getting your book. Many thanks!

  4. Judith Ritner

    I just left a very positive comment on Amazon for your Paleo Cooking book. I am so thankful for your books and blog, leaving a glowing “comment” was the least I could do to thank you!

  5. Is there an ebook version? You should really consider releasing one!

  6. Karen

    I work at our local public library and the day this cookbook came in, I snatched it up and have since purchased it even though I can check the book out for free whenever I want. Because I have access to just about every Paleo cookbook out there, and believe me, I’ve done the research, I keep coming back to Elana’s book every single time! I don’t enjoy spending enormous amounts of time making tedious, time consuming dishes that call for tons of ingredients, which can really add up in cost, the recipes are simple to make and very delicious! I thought it would be impossible to get our 11 year old off processed foods but this cookbook is doing it! I couldn’t be happier, well, yes I could, more recipes please Elana….

  7. Christine Derrel @ skinnywithfiber.org

    Elana, I am really looking forward to this book!!! I hope there are great recipes I can cook for my hubby!!!!

    Kind regards, Christine

  8. I always trust your delicious yet very simple recipes. I hope and believe that this book is as good as your other cookbooks.

  9. Hi!

    I just received your book and tried the bagel recipe. Since I am new to this, I substituted the coconut milk for almond milk not knowing if that was okay. I noticed you said coconut flour and almond flour are not interchangeable. Is this the same with the milk? (ps. made the leek soup and it was fantastic!!)

    Thanks, Elana!

  10. Robin Elsenrath @ plexustrim.net

    I’m 55 and have started to really pay attention to what I eat. I’m looking forward to getting your book and trying some of the recipes.

  11. just-shoppe.com @ just-shoppe.com

    I simply received your book and attempted the bagel recipe. Since I Have am a new comer to this, I replaced the coconut milk for almond milk being unsure of in the event that was okay. I observed you stated coconut flour and almond flour aren’t interchangeable. Is that this exactly the same using the milk? (ps. made the leek soup also it was fantastic!!)

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